Pipes without a fuel controller?
Ok, I have a question for the guys who regularly tune the Victory's (KevinX, etc). I'm going to add RPW mufflers, Hi-performance air filter, remove the rubber strip on the air box, and eventually get a PC-5 and have it dyno tuned onto my 2011 XC.
I am wondering if I can install the RPW's now without having the air filter and PC-5 done yet? I have read that the factory fuel injection programming on these Victory's runs very lean and I don't want to get into a situation where the bike is running too lean.
If I just install the RPW's will the bike be fine if I leave everything else completely stock? What if I install the mufflers and pull the rubber strip on the intake while leaving the factory air filter? Will that be too much for the factory fuel map? Do I need to unplug the O2 sensors to get the bike to run richer? Or do I just need to wait and do everything at the same time?
I just really want to get some more sound out of the bike ASAP and if I can get some mild performance gains prior to the PC-5 then that would be great as well. But I don't want to make the bike run too lean either. Thanks.
2011 Cross Country
-Cee Baileys Windshield & Lowers. Victory Lower Bag Rails, Driver And Passenger Backrests.
-RPW Exhaust, Lloydz Air Filter, VM1 Cams, ATS (Timing Wheel), 1/4 turn throttle & IAV. PCV with Custom Tune by Coweta Customs.
105.2 HP & 127 Ft-Lbs on a Dynostar (Eddy Current) Dyno.